Preventive care services are performed to help pets avoid disease and sickness and to ensure that they remain healthy. These services include vaccinations, parasite control, wellness exams, and weight management. Please click on any of the subheadings listed below to learn more about our services in preventive care.
Your pet is important to us, and so we have doctors and staff that specialize in all stages of your pets' lives - from puppies and kitten to full grown dogs and cats.
Regular annual and bi-annual examinations are necessary to monitor your pet's ever changing health and to help us catch problems before they become more serious. We offer a variety of Senior Wellness and Adult Wellness Lab Panels that can identify problems that are not apparent on physical exam of your companion animal.... Read more
Fleas cause irritation & dermatitis.
Think your pet has "just a few fleas?" A little can become a lot fast; before you know it, your home is crawling with uninvited guests and your poor pet is scratching like crazy. Skin irritation, hair loss and even anemia are the potential side effects from untreated flea infestation.... Read more
Does your pet have a microchip? Each year, millions of pets go missing and many don't make it back home. Microchipping your pet is a simple, effective way to prevent this sort of tragic loss.
About the size and shape of a grain of rice, identification microchips are encoded with your pet's vital information then implanted beneath your pet's skin, usually between the shoulder blades.... Read more
Our hospital offers and encourages preventive medicine services through early disease detection and wellness programs for adult and senior dogs.
Because pets are living longer, they may experience increased problems with chronic illnesses and cancer. The earlier a problem is diagnosed and a treatment plan started, the better the outcome.... Read more
Vaccinations are critical to the well-being of our pets, because they protect against potentially deadly viral diseases like Distemper, Parvovirus, Leptospirosis and Rabies in dogs, and Panleukopenia, Feline Leukemia Virus and Rabies in cats.
All pets should be examined at least once a year in order to prevent or detect health problems. The physical examination is also an opportunity for you to discuss important wellness issues with your pet's doctor. It's one of the best ways to help your pet keep healthy and stay around for as long as possible.... Read more